CNRS researcher and Professor at Nancy Ecole des Mines and head of the Energy-Processes Masters at University of Lorraine
Fabrice Patisson graduated as a civil mining engineer in 1981. He then prepared a doctorate in materials science and engineering at Institut national polytechnique de Lorraine. After completing his thesis, he was recruited as a researcher at CNRS, where his research focuses on the kinetics of gas-solid reactions, process modelling, and now on reducing the impact of processes on the environment. He is currently Professor at the Ecole des Mines de Nancy, responsible for the Energy Transition option and the Energy-Processes Master's degree at University of Lorraine. Since 2004, initially as part of the European ULCOS project, a pioneering project on the decarbonisation of the steel industry, he has been one of the promoters of the hydrogen option for steel production. He has co-authored 9 publications and given 10 guest lectures on the subject.